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Best Home Cinema LED Projectors for Your Home Cinema

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This article showcases our top picks for the ‘Best Home Cinema Led Projector’. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed to the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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ViewSonic 3200 Lumens Full HD

This product was recommended by Jessica Miller from Bike Inquire

The picture quality is very good and you can view it in lightroom as well as dark. We bought new 3D glasses and the 3D is very good. I once went to a premiere at the Venice film festival to see Everest in 3D (well posh!) The 3D of this projector was as good. We connect it to our blu ray player to watch DVDs or watch Amazon prime through it. The speakers let it down a little and we have found that we have to hook it up to a portable Bose speaker to get a really good sound.

ViewSonic 3600 Lumens WXGA

This product was recommended by Bryan Stoddard from Homewares Insider

There are many characteristics that make this projector ideal for your home movie theatre. The main strengths of this projector are tied to its versatility, ease of use, long-lasting life, and flexibility. First of all, the projector really projects a big screen that can measure up to 120 inches from 15 feet and up to 3600 lumens. This makes it ideal for your makeshift home cinema. The projector itself is very simple to use, and the interface allows you to adjust it the way you want. Also, I should note that the projector is compatible with PCs, Macs, and even mobile devices. It supports a wide range of resolutions, up to an SVGA 800×600 resolution. This movie projector works well being projected on screens and even walls. It can also be used as a screen for your other tasks, such as presentations. In any case, this is a versatile model that comes with a lot of interesting features. The best thing is the connectivity it offers and the way it can adapt to multiple types of usage.

DBPOWER L21 LCD Video Projector

This product was recommended by Samuel David from Smart Home Vault

Is it the superior image and video quality and effectiveness, lightness to carry around, or the added bonus of having a remote? Besides the menu is very simple and easy to use, with the Dbpower L21 Lcd video projector you can watch movies at home on the big wall/screen, picture quality is amazing, sound quality from projector is good enough, plus it works with Chrome Cast so you can simply cast from your iPad to the big screen and enjoy movies from Prime, Netflix, etc. 720p is the limit of the pixel panel of the lens. Although at this price range (currently under $200 on Amazon) it lacks the quality of a higher end projector. The Dbpower L21 does have all the inputs you can ask for. Overall, a great product at an affordable price!

Casio XJ-S400UN LampFree Projector

This product was recommended by Natalie Hunter from Coyne PR

Casio’s Superior XJ-S400UN LampFree projector offers brightness up to 4000 lumens, provides full HD resolution with crisp images and vibrant colors and 1.7X zoom lens. Additionally, it features the next generation of Casio’s industry-leading, mercury-free LED and Laser hybrid light source – the R-Hybrid Light Source, as well as Casio’s new suite of Education Solutions.

YABER Native 1080P Projector

This product was recommended by Ali Rizvi from Dream Superhero

The projector with a real native resolution of 1920*1080, remarkable 6800 lumens bright and high dynamic contrast ratio of 8000

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